Walker Manse. Kitty's birthday party has wisely migrated back home, and Tommy answers the door to find Julia and the baby. Whether it was the good news about Justin or it was just time to take her first step outside her front door, Julia says she wanted to come. Nora spots the baby from one hundred paces and closes in like a fighter jet. She scoops up Baby Lizzy, and I suspect she won't be relinquishing her anytime soon.
Kitty finds Rebecca and decides it's time to quit being such a heinous bitch toward her. She says it's turned out to be a "great party," and Rebecca allows that beer and pizza at home would have been a better choice from the get-go. Kitty then apologizes for the extreme cold shoulder, and admits they should both be trying to build some sort of relationship. Rebecca then gives an honest apology for the thing with William's present; Kitty says she supposes she was saving it for a day "when [she] really needed him." Well, now that she mentioned it, if she ever does end up in the White House, the perspective of a philanderer/embezzler could indeed come in handy. Kitty excuses herself to go try to pry Lizzy away from Nora and, one assumes, earn herself a black eye for her trouble.
Sarah finds Julia and says how great it is to see her, and that she knows how hard it must've been to show up. Julia says it's better than she expected it to be. She asks Sarah how things are going with Joe, and Sarah's all, "Finally!" Commence the talk of the midday shtupping.
Oh look who else is here: Jason! And he brought wine! Man, I am never going to be able to pry Couch Baron off of him now. He asks if Kevin is still mad at him, and it looks like Kevin wants to be, but ultimately can't. Kevin attributes this to the good news re: Justin, but I'm chalking it up to the face. Or perhaps the wine.